About

The Law Office of Ronald L. Schwartz provides experienced, individualized and outstanding legal representation for the community of College Park, Maryland, Prince George's County and surrounding D.C. suburban areas.

For the past 25 years, Ron has had his own small firm in College Park. Through hard work, legal knowledge and experience, he has helped thousands of clients with their legal matters, including bankruptcy, criminal defense and personal injury cases. When you work with The Law Office of Ronald L. Schwartz, you will be working with the founding attorney directly. With our law office, you get the benefit of 35 years of legal experience, combined with the personal attention provided by a small firm.

Above all, you will get quality legal representation by a veteran trial attorney who will vigorously defend your rights, whether it is against a misdemeanor violation or in bankruptcy.

Our Founding Attorney

One of the reasons Ronald Schwartz started his own law office was to provide tailored legal services to clients. As a staple of College Park, Maryland, for many years, our office does not treat clients as potential sources of income. Instead, we take the time to get to know you. We will hear your story. You will get to know our staff and you will work with Ronald Schwartz directly. In his 35 years of practice, he has helped clients:

  • Reorganize debt under Chapter 13 bankruptcy
  • Liquidate assets to start fresh under Chapter 7 bankruptcy
  • Manage complex debts under Chapter 11 bankruptcy
  • Mitigate or eliminate the penalties associated with a DUI conviction
  • Obtain fair settlements to help with recovery from injuries

Start Protecting Your Future Today

Our firm's mission is to help our clients leave in a better position than when they came in. Whether you are struggling financially or physically or facing a loss of your driving privileges or freedom, we want to help. Call us to schedule your initial consultation at 301-892-3410.

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